A must-read for every Husker fan. The extraordinary story of Nebraska coach Scott Frost a native son who, whether he knew it or not, was destined to be Tom Osborne’s heir. From his mother’s heroic path to the 1968 Olympics and his father’s influence on the Bob Devaney era. His high school success. His falling out at Stanford. His winning over the Nebraska fan base and then the national championship. Frost’s appetite to learn shared by current NFL coaches Todd Bowles, Mike Tomlin and Bill Belichick. And how while Frost was quietly bridging the gap between him and his dream job, Nebraska was drifting from the blueprint that had made it great. All told with archival photos and stories plus fresh reporting and perspectives from The World-Herald’s award-winning sports writers.